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December 13, 2010

Training the Early Educators We Need: Q & A With Elanna Yalow

What does training look like now for early-educators, and how do administrators in the early ed world make human capital decisions?

November 18, 2010

Research Links Babies' Sleep, 'Executive Function' Skills

Babies who slept more during the night at 12 and 18 months did better at 18 and 26 months on some tasks, a new study says.

November 03, 2010

North Carolina Gets Child Care Moving

North Carolina's early education initiative, Smart Start, recently announced it is partnering with the Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation to improve physical activity and nutrition in child care centers statewide. The state ranks fifth in the nation for childhood obesity. As the C...

October 19, 2010

What Makes a Good Home Visit?

A hot trend in the world of early-childhood education is home visiting by a professional to a family with an infant or toddler. Ideally, the visiting professional builds a relationship with the primary caregiver and other family members, helping them understand infant and toddler development and beh...

September 20, 2010

DREAM Act and Early Childhood

Early-education advocates may want to keep an eye on the status of the DREAM Act, which would clear the way for undocumented students to get college aid and offer a path to citizenship.

September 20, 2010

R-E-$-P-E-C-T for Early-Childhood Educators

A new white paper outlines strategies to improve pay for child-care workers, who can play an important role in children's pre-K development.

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